Nissan Leaf leading EV seller.
There aren’t too many of them, but electric-vehicle buyers are younger and more affluent than eco-minded counterparts who purchase hybrid vehicles, according to an analysis by data-tracker Experian Automotive. The number of EVs in operation grew by 245% in 2013. But hybrid vehicles still made up 98% of all alternative-powered vehicles on the road, according to Experian. The number of hybrids in operation increased about 19%. More than 45% of hybrid buyers in 2013 were 56 years old or ...
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